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Hotel Tchaikovsky Hotel 2 star
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Ke Karlovu 19 Prague, Czech Republic -
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Amy Adejokun Section editor

The Tchaikovsky is a great little place for those looking for some rustic charm and who are not too concerned with the available facilities. The rates are reasonable and the guest rooms very large. Although the hotel might not be centrally located, the main tourist hub of Wenceslas Square is barely a 15 minute walk away. The Vltava River also runs past the end of the street.

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      Tchaikovsky   -   © L. Lautard / EASYVOYAGE

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    Location 7.78 /10

    The hotel stands on a quiet little residential street in the New Town, around a 15 minute walk from Wenceslas Square. The city's tramway lines run along the avenue at the end of the street and you'll find the banks of the Vltava, the river that runs through Prague, down the same avenue. If you're travelling with children you might be pleased to know that there's also a pretty tree-planted park nearby, as well as various shops, bars, and restaurants in the immediate vicinity. The airport, meanwhile, is some 11 mi away, with a transfer time of half an hour.

    Accommodation 6.70 /10

    The 19 guest rooms at this hotel are all in the Standard category, and its accommodation is undoubtedly the hotel's strong point as the rooms are very large. As a matter of taste, you might not be taken with the rustic decor or the felt-like materials in old-fashioned colours, but the surroundings are certainly well-appointed and the furniture perfectly comfortable (the brochure describes it as 'stylish Italian'). Do bear in mind though that the rooms are a little dark, as the decorating team decided to divide up the space with low walls. The hotel's facilities, meanwhile, are certainly not top-notch. Wi-Fi is available in the breakfast room and on the first floor only, there's no individual air-conditioning or room service (though the minibar is stocked), and the televisions are of the ancient cathode-ray variety and broadcast just a few foreign channels. The bathrooms, for their part, are bright and spacious, and most are equipped with a bathtub, a bidet, and a hair-dryer.

    Overview 7.20 /10

    There's really not much to say about this place from the outside, it looks just like any other house typical of Prague (no Baroque or Renaissance influence) that has been converted into a hotel. Once inside, you'll find a small staircase leading to the reception desk. The owner seems to be an art enthusiast, as the lobby, corridor, and guest room walls are adorned with a great many paintings, and also a music-lover, if the wonderful bust of 70s American guitarist Frank Zappa is anything to go by. The rear of the hotel overlooks the lovely tree-planted gardens of the neighbouring property that will soon have you forgetting you're in the city. There is also a rather dreary little paved courtyard, furnished with plastic tables and chairs, where you can step out for a quick breath of fresh air should you so wish.

    Food and drink 6.70 /10

    The breakfast room is located on the basement level and breakfast is served from 7:00am to 10:30am. The tables are nicely dressed and the surroundings are pleasant and spacious so it never gets crowded, even at peak times. The comprehensive breakfast buffet consists of a selection of hot drinks, fruit juices, cereals, etc., as well as sausages and scrambled eggs. The meal is included in the price of your stay.

    To know

    The rear of the hotel overlooks a quiet green area.

    Equipment

    • Shuttle bus
    • Car park
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      massage

    • Animals allowed
    • Safe
    • Non-smoking rooms

    advantage

    • The size of the rooms
    • The rustic decor

    disadvantages

    • The rustic decor
    • The so-called 'terrace'
    • The lack of an Internet connection in the guest rooms above the first floor

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